Mikhael Subotzky (b.1981, South Africa) and Patrick Waterhouse (b.1981, UK) have been awarded the Deutsche Börse Photography Prize 2015. The artists won for their publication Ponte City (Steidl, 2014), which charts the social and political history of a 54-floor apartment block in Johannesburg. It was built under apartheid in 1976 and was originally conceived as a centre for aspirational living for a white elite.
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